Tanintharyi Region

The Tanintharyi Region

Situated in southern Myanmar, the Tanintharyi region borders the state of Mon to the north and Thailand to the east. About Tanintharyi region is located at the southern end of Myanmar. It shares borders with Thailand to the east and southeast, Mon State to the north and Andaman Sea to the west. The Tanintharyi region is a division of Myanmar that covers the long, narrow southern part of the country on Kra Isthmus. According to the JICA office in Myanmar, the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) will take the lead in drawing up the master plan for the Tanintharyi region.

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The Tanintharyi region is a partition of Myanmar that covers the long, small south part of the land on Kra Isthmus. The Andaman Sea is bordered to the east by Thailand. Dawei is the division's headquarters. Myeik is the other capitol, but it is called Beik in Myanmar.

Myeik Islands is populated by the Salone clans, and every year there are festivities and events to visit this place. It is Myanmar's southernmost point and the Thai frontier crossing point. The Tanintharyi region is the most important production site for Myanmar's native pearls and seafoods.

inauguration of the community households in the Tanintharyi region of Myanmar

Civic budgets, created with the aim of enhancing openness and commitment to the general public, provide important budgetary information in a simple format to make sure that every individual can understand it and take part in the budgetary procedure. Citizens' budgets address a broad spectrum of issues, such as the overall economy of the state, the distribution of revenues and expenditures and the question of where to spend them.

On Monday afternoons, senior members of the Tanintharyi Hluttaw administration, members of the Tanintharyi Hluttaw, as well as members of grassroots civic organisations and press correspondent organisations took part in the opening ceremony and heard from the Prime Minster, Head of the Budgets and Ministry of Planning and Finance about the content and importance of the civic budgets. State and regional governance formation in 2008 marks the beginning of an important period of Myanmar's historical democratic transformation.

Decentralisation of the Union's policy and tax powers, away from the Union's administration and towards the national and regional administrations, has led to the establishment of better able to accommodate and meet the needs of the population. State finances are the most important way forward for them.

Tax openness is therefore a pivotal element in relations between sub-national government and its people, making the introduction of sub-national civil budgets a major leap forward in the direction of greater democracy. Assistance comprises the execution of budgetary analysis, the execution of trainings for budgetary supervision and the assistance in the preparation of citizen budgets.

This foundation concentrates on the strategic aspects of corporate finance in order to enhance sub-national governability, enhance visibility and enhance CSR. It works with governments, the business community and civic groups to enhance the country's ability for international and interregional inclusion, to reinforce key domestic and international democracy structures and practices, to encourage integrated business growth policies, to encourage the involvement of female citizens and to enhance openness to information through research and awareness-raising.

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